Probably not a good idea to publicly slam the company that pays your bills and the CEO that signs…
Kris Gellci

Kris : I sum it up to her not having enough real life experiences to make a fair comparison. She lost any merit or sympathy, for me at least, when she kept throwing her “Did you know”s over and over again and finding more than one way to stretch CVS handout and bag of rice into a rant. I’m calling it a rant because an actual letter would focus on the task at hand, which she claims were helpful tips that the company could try, but its difficult to try any of them if you’re being insulted while the explanation is being given … and then comes the speaking on behalf of everyone else mentality. How do you know no one else likes coconut water or that they eat the pistachios while taking calls? Where’s the survey or the many signatures from fellow employees? If she’s championing the poorly paid co workers, where’s the steps taken or the measures made in stride to back up such claims? So, we’re supposed to give her money, after her insulting rant against Yelp cost her job? I’m going to say no and hope that Yelp doesn’t sue her for her potentially expensive legal mistake.

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